Yes, you can use mascara and other eye makeup products while using Latisse. The important thing to remember, however, is to clean your eye makeup off thoroughly before you apply Latisse nightly.
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Yes you can use mascara while using Latisse.
Yes you can use mascara while using Latisse. Ensure you are using as directed. In the evening cleanse your eyelashes, make your eyelids are dry, apply Latisse, the next morning apply mascara liberally.
It is not a problem at all to wear mascara with Latisse! It is of course important to cleanse your lashes each night before applying the Latisse. One of the most exciting benefits of Latisse is most patients no longer find it as necessary to wear mascara once they acheive longer, fuller, darker lashes.
Mascara and Latisse
Yes. You can used mascara and Latisse. You will want to take all your eyelid makeup off before putting Latisse on. Often patients will decrease application of mascara as Latisse will make the lashes longer, thicker and then darker.
Can you wear mascara when using latisse?
Yes, you can absolutely use mascara when using Latisse. When you apply it at night you should not have make up on and as the results from Latisse begin to appear you may find less need to wear mascara.
Mascara (and every other part of your makeup routine) is totally fine to use when using Latisse. However, when you are actually applying the Latisse treatment at night, you should ensure that your face and eyes are makeup-free.
Can mascara be worn when using Latisse?
There is no harm in using mascara on eyelashes being treated with Latisse. Some patients may stop using mascara after achieving growth with Latisse however.
Mascara and Latisse combining
Latisse can certainly be combined with mascara, although after using Latisse for 2-3 months, most of my patients stop using mascara. Latisse takes 2-3 months to work, although full effect is around 4 months, and then you can apply it 2-3/week for maintenance.
Latisse and mascara
Yes, you can definitely use mascara with Latisse, which is usually applied nightly for the first 4 months. The full result with Latisse is achieved by 4 months and then it can be applied 3 nights a week for maintenance.